Want to head out on the highway? Looking for adventure and whatever comes your way? Are you born to be wild? Are you ready to explore the tunnels, bridges and remnants of the original concrete roadways? Then this phrase is music to your ears... road trip!
We have the hi-ways for you. Take off from the interstate head down a windy mountain road or across a vast prairie. Set your sights on scenic extravaganzas.
Whether your ride is two wheels or four wheels, you are going to enjoy all the road has to offer on our highlighted destinations.
1967 R60 US Model BMW motorcycle with Earls forks. This bike was purchased in 1982 in Wenatchee, WA and ended up being sold in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2008. The bike was originally set up for a sidecar for warfare hence the Earls forks. There is an actual factory ball on the frame to attach a sidecar. The 600 cc boxer engine would be a little under powered for a sidecar.
The evening before the finish of the 2019 Great Race, the entry cars drove into the LeMay Collections at Marymount, Spanaway, WA where they were on display for all to enjoy looking at the entries and talking with the drivers.
This is a 1920's concrete Romanesque style bridge spanning Peshastin Creek near Dryden, WA. This fits all the criteria fo an early historic highway bridge. The depth of the creek below is very shallow so pay attention to the sign above!
This early 2's Romanesque style concrete bride was a popular summer hangout. Teens gathered there to swing into the river from a rope hung off the bridge or if they were brave would just jump from the bridge into the shallows below.